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Gujarat riots Amit Shah said on the Supreme Court’s decision – Modi kept silent for 19 years

Along with this, he said that Modi silently endured the pain of these false allegations for 19 years while drinking poison like Lord Shankar. He has seen Modi bear the pain of these allegations.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday expressed happiness over the Supreme Court upholding the clean chit given to the then Chief Minister and current Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a case related to the 2002 Gujarat riots .

Along with this, he said that Modi silently endured the pain of these false allegations for 19 years while drinking poison like Lord Shankar. He has seen Modi bear the pain of these allegations.

Supreme Court dismissed the petition

Let us inform that on the basis of the report of the SIT investigating the Gujarat riots case, the High Court had given a clean chit to Prime Minister Modi , but Zakia Jafri, wife of former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, who lost her life in the riots, took the decision in the Supreme Court. was challenged.

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the petition citing lack of facts and upheld the High Court’s decision.

All allegations were politically motivated: Shah

Home Minister Shah told news agency ANI on Saturday , “In the 19-year battle, Modiji, without saying a word, endured all the sorrows like Lord Shankar’s poison drink. I have seen him suffer this pain. Somebody stronger. Only a person with heart can do that.”

“The Supreme Court has dismissed all the allegations and the verdict also proves that all the allegations were politically motivated,” he said.

“Nobody gave a sit-in in favor of Modi”

Shah took a jibe at the Congress regarding the protest being held over the interrogation of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the money laundering case, saying, “Modiji was also questioned in the case and I was also arrested, but then no one protested. We had fully cooperated with the law in the investigation.”

“Those who leveled allegations against Modiji, if they have a conscience, they should apologize to Modiji and the BJP leader,” he said.

Opposition parties and NGOs tried to convert lies into truth

Home Minister Shah said that the opposition parties, some journalists who came into politics and NGOs together had made false allegations against these allegations. Their ecosystem was so strong that people gradually started accepting lies as truth.

“Riots were caused due to burning of train”

Home Minister Shah said, “The main reason for the riots was the burning of a train in Gujarat. 60 people, including a 16-day-old innocent girl, were burnt alive. The riots that followed were politically motivated.”

On the question of delay in calling the army in the riots, he said, “The day the Gujarat bandh was announced, the army was called on the same afternoon. The court has also accepted and appreciated it. The army takes some time to reach.” ”

Amit Shah targeted Congress

Home Minister Shah said, “There are allegations of delay in reaching the army in Gujarat, but the army’s headquarters is in Delhi. When so many Sikh brothers were killed, nothing was done for three days. How many SITs were formed? SIT was formed after our government came.”

He said, “For all these years there have never been arrests in the Sikh genocide during the opposition governments. These people are accusing us of not calling the army?”

“No party has condemned the train burning incident”

Home Minister Shah said, “The way 60 people were burnt alive, there was outrage in the society. Unless the riots happened, no party except the BJP condemned the train burning incident. Parliament was going on at that time.” No one even expressed grief over the incident of burning 60 people alive.”

“The Supreme Court also said that Zakia Jafri was acting on someone else’s direction,” he said.

Supreme Court’s decision a matter of pride for every BJP leader: Shah

Home Minister Shah said, “Modiji and truth seekers have fought this long battle. It is very important to expose any lie, history keeps on making itself. This decision is a matter of pride for every BJP person.” ”

Let us tell you that the spark of Gujarat riots was ignited in Godhra on February 27, 2002 when the coaches of the Sabarmati train caught fire. In this, 59 Hindus returning from Ayodhya were killed.

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This had sparked anti-Muslim violence in and around Ahmedabad. It killed over 1,000 people, including most Muslims.

In February 2012, the SIT had given a clean chit to 64 accused, including Modi, in the Ahmedabad magistrate court for want of evidence.

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